Judicial Watch has obtained and posted the 2003 financial disclosure statements of every sitting federal judge. Supe Scalia, for example, pulled down a cool $23,000 for four lectures last year; Clarence Thomas got a $500,000 book advance, and Richard Posner is indeed a busy man. Search away, and report the good stuff in the comments!
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